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Imaginary Albums
by Swain
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Matt Shimmer of Indieville was overheard saying that "For the most part, Swain is pretty successful with The Single! While these songs can become a bit tiresome (hey, there's twelve of them!), many electronica listeners will be able to find a lot to like in them! The only problem is the presence of numerous extraneous tracks, including the directionless closer, "Synapsis," and the rhythmically challenged "Dross"! These are completely unnecessary, given some of the...
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Topics: IDM, Experimental, Electropop, Indie-tronica, Abstract, Broken Beats
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Louis D. Brandeis
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LibriVox recording of Other People's Money, by Louis D. Brandeis. Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in 1914. The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were working in concert to prevent competition. Brandeis harshly criticized investment bankers who controlled large amounts of...
Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, economics/political economy, instruction
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by John R. Lynch
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LibriVox recording of The Facts of Reconstruction, by John R. Lynch. Read by Guero. After the American Civil War, John R. Lynch, who had been a slave in Mississippi, began his political career in 1869 by first becoming Justice of the Peace, and then Mississippi State Representative. He was only 26 when he was elected to the US Congress in 1873. There, he continued to be an activist, introducing many bills and arguing on their behalf. Perhaps his greatest effort was in the long debate supporting...
Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, economics/political economy, history, memoirs, politics
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Leo Tolstoy
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LibriVox recording of The Slavery of Our Times, by Leo Tolstoy. Translated by Aylmer Maude. This little book shows, in a short, clear, and systematic manner, how the principle of Non-Resistance, about which Tolstoy has written so much, is related to economic and political life. (Summary by Aylmer Maude, Translator) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this...
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Topics: Economics, politics, Librivox, audiobook
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Podcasts
by Agricultural Innovations Inc.
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Today we host a roundtable discussion between Demian Luper of Transfair USA and Matt Early of Just Coffee. The debate centers around the value of certification, the current state of the Fair Trade standards, and accusationns lack of transparency and "greenwashing". This is a great debate, so please have a listen.
Topics: agriculture, sustainability, coffee, Fair Trade, Just Coffee, Transfair USA
Community Audio
by michael perelman
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Lecture: Economics, Ethics and the Good Life with questions and answers
Topics: economics, ethics, history of economic thought, political Economy
Community Audio
by Dean Baker
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Economics is often perceived as something that only people with advanced degrees in the field can and should understand, but economic arguments are often used in confusing or misleading ways in policy debates and in the media. This session provides an introduction to people that want to be able to tell fact from fiction in discussions about the economy.
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Topics: economics, economic policy, Dean Baker, CEPR
Community Audio
by E. F. Schumacher Society
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The author of Small Is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered and A Guide for the Perplexed cultivates the metaphysical and theological roots of decentralist economics and right livelihood. His lecture is part of the Lindisfarne 1974 Summer Conference entitled Planetary Culure and the New Image of Humanity
Topics: local economy, decentralist, Lindisfarne, metaphysics, small-scale, appropriate
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Alfred Marshall
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LibriVox recording of Priniples of Economics, The Appendices, by Alfred Marshall. Principles of Economics was a leading economics textbook of Alfred Marshall (1842-1924), first published in 1890. Marshall began writing the Principles of Economics in 1881 and he spent much of the next decade at work on the treatise. His plan for the work gradually extended to a two-volume compilation on the whole of economic thought; the first volume was published in 1890 to worldwide acclaim that established...
Topics: economics, economy, librivox, audiobook, marshall
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
by Paul Dudenhefer
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Duke economists talk about economics
Topics: economics, Duke University
Community Audio
by Socialist Economics Mick Brooks IMT
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Socialist Economics Mick Brooks IMT
Topic: Socialist Economics Mick Brooks IMT
Community Audio
by City Strolls
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Chat about Economics for ordinary people. The forum Pearce Institute Glasgow
Topic: Economics
Radio Ecoshock
by Alex Smith
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Rogue Economics / Loretta Napoleoni / 080407 / Vancouver, Canada/ presented by Langara College / recorded by Alex Smith Well before the economic breakdown - this stunning speech lays out the criminal element of Captialism.
Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, brownbagger, speech, Capitalism, multinationals, arms, illegal, economy,...
Podcasts
by MV and Walton Pantland
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Welcome to the first edition of the Cyberunions Podcast, with your hosts MV, undercover in corporate America, and Walton, in sun-drenched Caledonia. We hope to release a weekly show that will explore new technology from a trade union perspective. We welcome your feedback. Please let us know what you think of the show, and feel free to request topics for future shows.
Topics: union, opensource, labor movement, social movement
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Peter Kropotkin
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LibriVox recording of Memoirs of a Revolutionist Volume 1, by Peter Kropotkin. Read by Elin 'Peter Kropotkin was a Russian anarcho-communist and scientist. This is his autobiography, and he writes not only about his own life, but also about 19th century Russian society and politics. He was born into the nobility and had a military education, but he gradually abandoned the values of his social class and became an anti-authoritarian socialist, opposed to both the rule of the Tsars and to the...
Topics: Librivox, audiobook, non-fiction, autobiography, russian, revolution
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
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Audio recordings of 3 introductions and the public discussion at the Real World Economics event 'The political economy of anarchism: a viable or utopian avenue for the future? (14 nov 2011, CREA) 1. Introduction of event by moderator Kees Hudig (globalinfo.nl and RWE), followed by contribution by Bert Altena, historian at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, specialized in the history of labour movements, especially of revolutionary syndicalism and anarchism in the Netherlands and Belgium; 2....
Topics: Real World Economics, political economy, anarchism, CREA, globalinfo, Bert Altena, Dennis de Lange,...
Source: http://www.globalinfo.nl/Gespot/14-november-rwe-over-economie-en-anarchisme.html
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Although military might is often viewed as the primary method for national security, forging economic relationships may be more beneficial in the long run. On this program, Prof. Lloyd J. Dumas discussed the peacekeeping economy.
Topics: science, technology, economics, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Community Audio
by Common Good Awareness Project
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A series of audio from Znet on various aspects of participatory economics (Parecon) by Michael Albert.
Topics: economics, participation
Radio Ecoshock
by Alex Smith
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"Oil Free Coast" 3 speakers against Tar Sands pipelines and tankers in Canada, including First Nations. Then on-scene audio from Occupy Wall St West in San Francisco Jan 20th. Awaiting arrest, and crowd microphones against corporate takeover. Radio Ecoshock 120125 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, energy, oil, tar sands, pipelines, tankers, British Columbia, Canada, speech, radio,...
Community Video
by media monarchy
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Welcome, ladies & gentlemen, to the latest episode of the New World Next Week - brought to you by James Corbett of Corbett Report & James Evan Pilato of Media Monarchy . This week we turn the spotlight on some of the bad actors in the War of Terror, specifically Azzam the American & Jihad Jane. We also turn on the spigot to get a taste of the coming water wars + even more good news on the internet as a 'fundamental right'. Story#1: 'Al-qaeda' Agent Held in Pakistan is Not 'Adam...
Topics: adam gadahn, alternative news, corbett report, cyber/space\war, food world order, media monarchy,...
Ourmedia
by Richard M. Gray, Ph.D.
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Here is a healing meditation. It is based on William Fezler's Capri Meditation. Take a trip to the beach and discover something new. Find a quiet place and take some time to discover just how good you can feel. Please use headphones for the best effect. Please do not use this while driving or operating machinery of any kind.
Topics: NLP, Healing, Meditation, Addictions, Brooklyn Program, Beach
Community Audio
by M Cullen
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Using the breath, we sit for 30 minutes and meditate. Ms. Cullen guides us gently to get into a state of meditation.
Topics: meditation, sitting meditation, breath
Community Audio
by Rev. Yvonne
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A centering meditation/prayer for inner peace.
Topics: prayer, centering prayer, peace meditation
Community Audio
by Americ Azevedo
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Meditation Talks by given at Americ Azevedo's meditation classes with as many as 300 students. Mostly at University of California, Berkeley (UCB). Beginning Summer 2011, including some meditation talks given at Berkeley City College (BCC).
Topics: Meditation, UC Berkeley, University of California, Dharma Talk, mindfulness
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Ourmedia
by Steve Jones
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Marxists approach economics from a particular perspective. We have to accept that wealth is concentrated in the hands of a very small number of people, the capitalist class. The overwhelming majority of people have no wealth. All in essence they have is themselves and their ability to work, which they have to sell on the open market. Marx called these people the proletariat. Steve Jones, of the Socialist Appeal editorial board, talks on the basics of Marxists economics.
Topics: Marxist, Economics, Surplus, Value, Das, Kapital, Capital, Labour, Capital, Capitalism
Ourmedia
by Steve Jones
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Marxists approach economics from a particular perspective. We have to accept that wealth is concentrated in the hands of a very small number of people, the capitalist class. The overwhelming majority of people have no wealth. All in essence they have is themselves and their ability to work, which they have to sell on the open market. Marx called these people the proletariat. Steve Jones, of the Socialist Appeal editorial board, talks on the basics of Marxists economics.
Topics: Marxist, Economics, Surplus, Value, Das, Kapital, Capital, Labour, Capital, Capitalism
Radio Ecoshock
by Radio Ecoshock
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On short notice, a Russian research ship with Russian & American scientists was sent on a 45 day expedition to confirm reports of the sea "boiling". Led by Igor Semiletov, also funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, the group found "methane torches" coming from the seabed in the Eastern Arctic in September 2011. Reported by Russian press (RIA Novosti Sept 2 & Itar-Tass Sept 29) but not American media. Frozen methane "clathrates" on sea bed could...
Topics: environment, ocean, sea, ice, Arctic, science, climate, climate change, global warming, research,...
Imaginary Albums
by C.J. Pizarro
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In the Half Japanese documentary, The Band That Would Be King, Penn Jillette of Penn and Teller lamented the fact that no music had been able to surprise him since he'd first heard Elvis as a child (though Half Japanese, he conceded, came close). He obviously hadn't heard Tits of America. With more surprise!s than the most popular girl's surprise birthday party, this 21-minute epic careens through styles, genres, melodies, and sonic experimentation like a hunted animal scurrying through the...
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Topics: Alternative, Avantgarde, Electronic, Folk/Rock, Indie, Pop, Beyond Classification
Imaginary Albums
by Corpus Callosum
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Uniquity might be the soundtrack to a horror film about a man, bristling with EEG electrode pads, setting out into the murky underworld of his own unconscious to murder his multiple personalities. Or it could be the musicking of a child, fallen down into a well, playing contentedly with her Radio Shack toys while the adults overhead fret and scurry about purposefully. Or possibly it's the sonic wallpaper of the doorless oubliette into which Danaë was thrust; but the fickle Zeus makes the...
Topics: Avantgarde, Electronic, Indie-tronica, Abstract, Eclectic, Dark Ambient, Artronica
Radio Ecoshock
by Alex Smith
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I digest the best from a stunning speech by Professor Richard B. Alley, at the American Geophysical Union annual meeting in San Francisco, in December, 2009. One of most important ever: "The Carbon Control Knob" - how carbon dioxide (CO2) regulates the climate - in all times.
Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, environment, green, features, ecology, climate, climate change, global...
Radio Ecoshock
by Alex Smith
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Begins with "Occupy Wall St" music by Dissolv. Then Robert Walker of the Population Institute briefs us on his new report "From 6 Billion to 7 Billion". When we hit 6 billion people in 1999, the economy and hopes for climate action were much brighter. Now we face severe problems. But educating and empowering women could solve them. Rest of the program is a home alternative energy workshop with Bill Kemp, author of "The Renewable Energy Handbook". Where to start...
Topics: environment, radio, radio ecoshock, show, population, climate, climate change, global warming,...
Community Audio
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In this week's program, we feature the Occupy Together movement; also referred to as the 99% movement. We share testimony of educators, parents, students, and teacher union organizers who are participating, and we reflect on the time we spent at Occupy locations in New York, Boston and Amherst, Massachusetts. We also explore the deep connections between this movement and the fight for equity in public education. This is Education Radio Program #10
Topics: Occupy Wall Street, 99% Movement
City Response to Occupy Sacramento - Dozens of Occupy Sacramento protestors have been arrested for violating a city ordinance that bans overnight camping in city parks. The Sacramento Police Department explains its position in the situation. Haunted Sacramento - Sacramento tour guide Shawn Peter will explain some of the history behind some of Sacramento's most haunted places. We'll also explore Old Sacramento's spooky history with a member of the Old Sacramento Living History Program and Eileen...
Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, Occupy Sacramento,...
Community Audio
by Platypus Affiliated Society
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A series of roundtable discussions hosted by The Platypus Affiliated Society. First roundtable discussion occurred @: Friday 7pm | October 28, 2011 Kimmel, room 406 NYU 60 Washington Square S., NYC The recent #Occupy protests are driven by discontent with the present state of affairs: glaring economic inequality, dead-end Democratic Party politics, and, for some, the suspicion that capitalism could never produce an equitable society. These concerns are coupled with aspirations for social...
Topics: Left, occupy, #ocuppy, wall st, new york, platypus, capitalism, social struggles, discussion,...
The Final Straw Radio
by Bursts O'Goodness
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from http://www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw/10/2011/on-the-oakland-commune-with-louise-michel: This week's show features an interview with former Asheville resident and current resident of Oakland and an organizer of the Occupy movement there. We talk about the police attack last Tuesday, the differences between the Oakland movement from other Occupy's and the upcoming call for a General Strike. I'll also be talking briefly about the upcoming solidarity march (Wednesday the 2nd) here in...
Topics: oakland, occupy, general strike, final straw, asheville, louise michel, commune, raleigh, prison,...
Radio Ecoshock
by Makana
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Hawaiian singer's Occupy movement song. Performed in front of APEC Summit leaders in Honolulu November 10, 2011. Asks them to do the bidding of the many, not the few. Check out the full video on You tube, and go to makanamusic.com. 5 minutes 23 seconds.
Topics: Occupy, Wall Street, movement, music, song, Makana, Hawaii
Community Audio
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Additional VIDEO of opening statements by Dr. Shaka Zulu and Queen Mother Dr. Delois N. Blakely are available at youtube.com/djgreenarrow This recording was created by Chris Defendorf (DJ Green Arrow) at the National Black Theatre, Harlem, NY, during the 38th Anniversary Of Hip Hop Culture and the recording is made possible by the TRUE SCHOOL in the JUNGLE GROOVE FOUNDATION (TruSkl.org) Various speakers including TC Izlam, Sabir Bey and King Kamonzi shared their insights, with a special focus...
Topics: AFRIKA BAMBAATAA, DR SHAKA ZULU, UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION, SABIR BEY, KING KAMONZI, QUEEN MOTHER...
Community Audio
by Platypus Affiliated Society
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What is the Crisis of the Left Crisis: Pathol. The point in the progress of a disease when an important development or change takes place which is decisive of recovery or death. Many on the Left feel a sense of crisis. Existing strategies and theories seem inadequate in a bewildering contemporary political scene. Disparate groups have begun to show an interest in rethinking the fundamentals of Left politics. The Platypus Affiliated Society seeks to make the conversation explicit, and to host a...
Topics: Crisis of the Left, Crisis, Platypus, Forum, Left, Platypus1917, Platypus Affiliated Society
508 - A show about Worcester
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508 is a show about Worcester. This week, Mike and Brendan talk about the SMOC triage center, Occupy, and Beards. Show notes
Topics: 508, Worcester
Journalist Yasha Levine & Occupy LA activist Vanessa Carlisle talk about their arrests during the illegal police attack on Occupy LA on November 30th, describe LAPD's appalling treatment of peaceful protesters during detention. Renowned journalist and author Mark Ames joins in on the conversation. More info: http://exiledonline.com/yasha-levine-released-from-jail-exposes-lapds-appalling-treatment-of-detained-occupy-la-protesters/...
Topics: occupy la, yasha levine, exiledonline.com, mark ames, Vanessa Carlisle, arrest, detention, police...
Occupy California's Ports - Occupy protestors are planning to shut down California's ports on Monday, December 12 to "disrupt the profits of the 1%." We'll speak with an occupy protester at the port of Oakland and Michael Shaw, from the California Trucking Association, who says the protests will harm middle-class workers in the shipping industry, not the "1%." Health Beat - Capital Public Radio's health reporter Pauline Bartolone talks about the stories she's following....
Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, Occupy California's...
Cratediggers
by Occupy Seattle
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FIXME
Topics: seattle, general assembly, occupyseattle, OWS
OWSminutes
by David Buccola
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Audio recording of the New York City General Assembly Spokes Council meeting held at West Park Presbyterian Church on January 20th, 2012. Produced by the Minutes Working Group. West Park Presbyterian Church Facilitators:Steve & Jo and Marissa taking stack Minutes:David Buccola Meeting began at approximately 8:00pm Announcements: Info-hub, Occupy Phoenix, Billy, Minutes, Strong Women Rules, Tech-ops, Facilitation, and WON. Working Group Report backs: DAP, Educational Empowerment, Tech-ops,...
Topics: minutes, NYCGA, Spokes Council, Occupy Wall Street, OWS, New York City General Assembly,...
Enough Records
by Amitron_7
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Second release of a series of mixtapes raising awareness to the Anonymous, #antisec, Wikileaks and Occupy Wall Street movements. Organized in colaboration with xDA hackerspace , this release is part of Enough Records social and political activist sub-label Anonymous Archives and has it's own minipage . Mixed by Amitron_7. Cover by Roland Henry. Tracklist: 01) Macabro - Just Run Away 02) Jari Pitkanen - 111220 Vuvukat 03) Amitron_7 - Zucotti Park 04) Jari Pitkanen - 111220 Vuvukat (reprise) 05)...
Community Audio
by Zoe Ludski
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Special edition: CJMP Broadcasts events happening at Occupy Vancouver and Occupy Nanaimo. Guest reporters include Courtney Harrop and Ian Caplette
Topics: CJMP 90.1FM, Powell RIver Community Radio, Occupy Vancouver
Community Audio
by August and Tom
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August and Tom investigate the Occupy movement stemming from Occupy Wall Street.
Topic: #OWS
Sly in the Morning
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Peter Rickman - 10-27-11 - Occupy Milwaukee
Topics: Peter Rickman - 10-27-11 - Occupy Milwaukee, sly in the morning, 1670, wtdy, am, talk, radio,...
Sly in the Morning
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Mary Bottari - Bankster USA - Occupy Everywhere
Topics: Mary Bottari - Bankster USA - Occupy Everywhere, sly in the morning, 1670, wtdy, am, talk, radio,...
Community Audio
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Chris Hedges speaking at Occupy Wall Street
Topics: Hedges, OWS, Occupywallstreet
Açık Radyo
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Asmaa Mahfouz Speaks at Occupy Wall Street
Topic: Asmaa Mahfouz Speaks at Occupy Wall Street
Free Music Archive
by netBloc Artists; Tab & A.U.R.C.
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As the internet has increasingly become part of all our lives, an intellectual shift has been occurring. As this shift progresses, more of us are seeing the need for less limitations in many areas. In the early years of this shift, an “open-source” software movement took hold and hasn’t abated. Further along, this idea of “open” content expanded to all types of media — visual, sonic, textual… you name it… Creative Commons licensing filled the need and continues to grow in...
Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/netBloc_Artists/netBloc_Vol_35_Occupy_Music/
The Final Straw Radio
by Bursts O'Goodness
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(originally posted at http://www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw/09/2011/occupy-wall-street-in-asheville) 200 to 300 bodies occupy the space and sleep on the street right next to Wall Street, financial hub of the east coast. To some, the place symbolizes the living and breathing Sacre Coeur of Capitalism, the highest stage of human global awareness and economy. A system offering to break down monolithic governments and swap them for more democratic ones and to scoop the ingenious and hard...
Topics: occupy, wall street, asheville, ashevillefm.org, the final straw, bursts o'goodness
Community Audio
by Platypus Affiliated Society
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A roundtable discussion with student activists either directly involved with Occupy NS or who are closely following the #Occupy movement. Description: The recent #Occupy protests are driven by discontent with the present state of affairs: glaring economic inequality, dead-end Democratic Party politics, and, for some, the suspicion that capitalism could never produce an equitable society. These concerns are coupled with aspirations for social transformation at an international level. For many,...
Topic: occupy platypus1917 dalhousie halifax
Labor Express Radio
by Jerry Mead-Lucero
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Melvin Maclin, Vice-President of UE Local 1110 and Lalo Munoz, a 34 year employee of Republic Windows and Doors in Chicago discuss what lead them to occupy their factory as they seek justice from a company that is closing it's doors without giving the notice mandated by law.
Topics: Republic Windows And Doors, occupy, occupation, factory, Chicago, labor, workers, rights, union,...
Community Audio
by Molly thomas
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The crackdown continues on the Occupy Movement as it surges on across the globe. In places like New York there have been hundreds of arrests But back here in Quebec - officials are more strict when it comes to structures. Molly Thomas explains.
Topics: Molly Thomas, Quebec, CBC, occupy Quebec
Community Audio
by First Voice - Martin Macias, Ze Garcia, Mayra Carrera
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October 2011 Occupy Chicago began its occupation on September 23rd, 2011 at Jackson and LaSalle in the heart of the financial district. There was tension with Chicago Police almost instantly but there were eventually some concessions given to the group by Chicago Police. Members of Occupy Chicago decided to post an open letter to Chicago Police and this sparked a debate within the OccupyChicago camp. This is a conversation between First Voice co-producer Ze Garcia and "Sam" who wrote...
Topics: Police, Chicago, Occupy, Wall Street
508 - A show about Worcester
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508 is a show about Worcester. This week's panel is Brendan Melican and Bill Coleman. We discuss Occupy Worcester and the election. Show notes
Topics: 508, Worcester, Bill Coleman
Community Audio
by The Crazy Old Man Network
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 Once Enemies, Now They March Together: Organized Labor Expected to Join Wall Street Protest Policing the Prophets of Wall Street As Unions, Students Join Occupy Wall Street, Are We Witnessing Growth of a New Movement? Frances Fox Piven at Occupy Wall Street: "We Desperately Need a Popular Uprising in the US" Press Freedom Victory: Democracy Now! Reporters Win Landmark Settlement Over 2008 RNC Arrests 700 Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge as Occupy Wall Street Enters Third...
Topics: Democracy Now, Occupy Wall Street, Protest, Take back our country, revolution, frances fox piven,...
Community Audio
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Jim Richards of Newstalk 1010 speaks to Toronto Lawyer, Omar Ha-Redeye, about Occupy Toronto.
Topics: occupy Toronto, Jim Richards, Omar Ha-Redeye
Podcasts
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John Hess ponders the irony of Thanksgiving and Black Friday. And we look at the top 7 posts from the week of November 13-19, 2011 http://filmmakeriq.com/2011/11/occupy-thanksgiving-the-wrap/
Topics: Film, Filmmaking, Filmmaker IQ, Podcast, Thanksgiving
Community Audio
by JamDownKernow
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...join us down andy's sh'been in the recently occupied holy headland of the original world breaking pirate bay for more vibrations in solidarity with the 99% - Occupy Everything...
Topics: rfs, JDK, Jam Down Kernow, reggae
Community Audio
by Molly Thomas
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Occupy Quebec City protesters are not giving up -- in fact, they say they are more passionate than ever. This after, a structure in the middle of their camp was dismantled today. Molly Thomas has the story.
Topics: Molly Thomas, journalism, CBC, Quebec, Occupy
508 - A show about Worcester
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508 is a show about Worcester. This week, we talk about Occupy Worcester with Cha-Cha Connor, Kevin Ksen, and occupier Scott Guzman. Show notes
Topics: 508, Worcester, occupyworcester
508 - A show about Worcester
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508 is a show about Worcester. Today, a quick checkin about Occupy Worcester occupiers Brian and Nym. Show notes
Topics: 508, Worcester, Occupy Worcester
Community Audio
by michael Perelman
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Brief synopsis of a talk scheduled for Occupy Chico State
Topics: education, political economy, protest
Community Audio
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Emily Zendt covers the occupy movement in Boston.
Topics: WTBU, JO519
Community Audio
by la voz de abya yala
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Malena integrate de occupy wall street
Topics: occupy, wall, street
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Robert Powell discussing Occupy LSX o ONFM
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Sly in the Morning
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Peter Rickman - Occupy Milwaukee
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Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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Everyone is invited to come to an open discussion about the Occupy movement that started in September in the U.S. and has spread across the country, with dramatic events in Oakland, San Francisco, and other locales. What are the politics of this moment? How shall we understand our own activity, how does it fit into a longer historical perspective? Is this really so new? If so, what next? Come and participate in a civil and lively discussion.
Topics: Occupy, Occupy Wall Street, politics, history, direct action, banks, foreclosures, taxes
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by fede
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occupy
Topics: Occupy Wall Street, Marcha, Democracy Now
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by Carla Guzman
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Interview on Occupy Greensboro with John Wright, coach at Grimsley High, and John Motsinger, student at UNCG on GROW (Greensboro Radio Outlook on the World) WUAG 103.1 FM on October 13, 2011.
Topics: UNCG, Occupy Greensboro, civil rights, Corporate America, Obama Jobs Bill, Occupy Wall Street, the...
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by Iron Curtain
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This track was inspired and influenced by Kedromelon's "Recoil", or rather, the envelope echo he used in LSDJ. The title was what I thought of at the moment with the Occupy movements.
Topics: Chiptunes, Chiptune, Game Boy, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy